S. Carolina beats No. 9 Virginia
Jair Bolden scored 15 of his 22 points in the first half and A.J. Lawson had 10 of his 14 in the second to help South Carolina beat No. 9 Virginia 70-59 on Sunday. On the women’s side, Texas became the first unranked women’s team to beat the No. 1 squad since January, getting 20 points and a career-best 19 rebounds from Charli Collier to knock off Stanford 69-64 on Sunday. See the college basketball capsules on
South Carolina 70, No. 9 Virginia 59
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Jair Bolden scored 15 of his 22 points in the first half and A.J. Lawson had 10 of his 14 in the second to help South Carolina beat No. 9 Virginia.
The Gamecocks (8-4) led 23-11, saw Virginia pull even at 45 with just over 11 minutes to play and promptly scored 12 of the next 17 points. The Cavaliers never got closer than five the rest of the way.
No. 22 Washington 85, Ball St. 64
HONOLULU — Jaden McDaniels scored 22 points, Quade Green had 21 and No. 22 Washington pulled away from Ball State for an 85-64 victory in a Diamond Head Classic quarterfinal Sunday.
Isaiah Stewart added 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Huskies (9-2), who shot 56% percent from the field and won for the seventh time in eight games.
Texas 69, No. 1 Stanford 64
AUSTIN, Texas — Texas became the first unranked women’s team to beat the No. 1 squad since January, getting 20 points and a career-best 19 rebounds from Charli Collier to knock off Stanford.
The Longhorns (7-4) beat the No. 1 team for the first time since 2004, snapping a string of 13 losses. Stanford (10-1) became the second No. 1 to lose this season, after Oregon fell to Louisville on Nov. 30. The last unranked team to beat the No. 1 team was North Carolina, which topped Notre Dame on Jan. 27.
No. 2 UConn 97, Oklahoma 53
UNCASVILLE, Conn. — Olivia Nelson-Ododa had 27 points, 15 rebounds and seven blocks and No. 2 UConn — playing without coach Geno Auriemma — routed Oklahoma in the Hall of Fame Women’s Basketball Showcase.
The 65-year-old Auriemma missed the game after surgery Wednesday to relieve symptoms of diverticulitis, a condition where the colon develops small bulges that can sometimes become infected.
No. 5 South Carolina 73, No. 25 South Dakota 60
COLUMBIA, S.C. — LeLe
Grissett had 17 points and South Carolina outlasted South Dakota for its sixth straight victory.
Freshman Zia Cooke added 13 points for the Gamecocks (12-1).
No. 8 Florida State 79, No. 24 Michigan 69
UNCASVILLE, Conn. — Nausia Woolfolk scored 21 points and Florida State beat Michigan in the Hall of Fame Women’s Basketball Showcase.
Kiah Gillespie had 14 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists — getting the final one on a basket by Woolfolk just before the buzzer.
No. 22 West Virginia 71, Syracuse 69
WINTER PARK, Fla. — Tynice Martin scored 24 points, Kysre Gondrezick added 23 and West Virginia held on to beat Syracuse after blowing a 20-point first-half lead.
Madisen Smith added 10 points for the Mountaineers (9-1). They went 2-0 in the Florida Sunshine Classic, also beating No. 19 Michigan State on Saturday.